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Ocean Sound This Week No.89: Programme 89 of a weekly news and sports review

Ocean Sound This Week No.89: Programme 89 of a weekly news and sports review
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10 Jul 1988 at 19:00
OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 89 Programme 89 of a weekly news and sports review called Ocean Sound This Week, broadcast by independent radio station Ocean Sound on 10th July 1988. Presented by Pete Wardman. 00:01-01:18 - INTRODUCTION. 01:25-05:13 -Cleveland scandal has put child abuse in the forefront of public concern. Hampshire County Director of Social Services TERRY BUTLER spoke to JOHN MCINTYRE about the county response to the report. 05:20-08:05 - New Chief Constable of Wiltshire WALTER GIRVEN discusses with PETER SOLOMONS how he plans to deal with rising crime rates and of taking a tougher line with offenders. 08:09-10:58 - Actor GEORGE COLE has just been presented with an honorary doctorate at Southampton University. Although he has had a long association with the Nuffield Theatre he tells JANE HILL that he is puzzled by the honour. 11:58-17:17 - The actress KATE O MARA is currently appearing in Southampton in The Taming of the Shrew. Apart from acting, she helps run the British Actors Theatre Company. She speaks to ADRIAN LOVETT about her links with Portsmouth. 17:20-20:19 - MARIE ALLEN finds out about instruction on riding high-powered motor bikes on I.O.W. MICK COOPER, a driving instructor at motor cycle training course at Sandown, tells her about the dangers and the course. 20:33-21:55 - South African Archbishop DESMOND TUTU visited Peterfield this week as a guest of the South African Development Trust and called on the church in this country to remember their partnership with South Africa. After the service TIM EADY asked him how England could help South Africa. 22:00-26:12 - Summer 1988 sees the start of the YMCA Campaign to help people at risk to help promote the role of the YMCA culminating in a disco at the Calshot Activities Centre. Local Co-ordinator JANE OLIVER tells PETE WARDMAN about it. 27:06-34:55 - NEWS and SPORTS REVIEW by ZELDA BLAKELY. 36:00-39:37 - 14th Chichester Festivities has been honouring the City’s twinning with Cathedral City of Chartres in France. Rt. Hon. MICHAEL FOOT took part from a literary standpoint. He talks to CHERYL BUGGY about his new book: Politics and Paradise, A Defence of Byron. 39:53-46:16 - BROS talk about their sucess during their Tour at Southampton. ADRIAN LOVETT talks to MATT GOSS about the group and their success. They sing I owe you nothing. 46:20-50:43 - NETWORK CHART MUSIC SURVEY - No. 1 GLEN MEDEIROS - Nothing’s gonna change my love for you. 51:26-53:25 - CLOSING ANNOUNCEMENT and MUSIC. [Box 10]
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Ocean Sound This Week, a Sunday evening [19:00-20:00] review of the past week’s programmes. Track 2- Wrong clip used - not Tutu. Track 4- Music at 9-10 mins; 11-14 mins.
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George Cole; Terry Butler; Walter Girven; Kate O Mara; Mick Cooper; Desmond Tutu; Jane Oliver; Michael Foot
Pete Wardman; Zelda Blakey; Jane Hill; Marie Allen; Adrian Lovett; John McIntyre; Cheryl Buggy; Peter Solomons
Pete Wardman

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